Making Tinctures from Resins and hash

If I use one gram of hash, it gives me two one ounce bottles of tincture. I like that I can make it in small amounts if necessary. I have seen others use one gram of hash for a one ounce bottle of tincture but prefer two bottles tincture.

Tinctures from Resins Powders and Herbs

I start by putting the hash in the oven at 300*F for ten minutes to decarboxylate and then add it to two ounces of the ever clear to break it down. I shake it in a canning jar with a wire whisk ball inside to help break down the hash, which usually takes a few hours of good shaking.

I then reduce the everclear/ Spirytus 95% by boiling most of it off in a hot water bath (use much caution, research it if you're not familiar with this, it's easy just be safe and again, research) to one half ounce and add one half ounce of distilled water and one ounce of vegetable glycerine. I then shake it well and add it to my little dropper bottles.

I also started adding flavorings, good stuff, I like the pomegranite and watermelon.

I add about 4 drops of flavoring to 1 ounce bottle of tincture.

If you find it's too much alcohol, you can boil off more on the next batch.

Excellent to use sublingually and the flavorings make a huge difference. My wife uses it for migraines, usually one half of a dropper is good for her, 15ml I believe.


I use vegetable glycerin and or apple cider vinegar.

The process is super simple and extremley potent.

Here's how it's done and what you need:

What you need: 1/2 ounce dried meds 3 cups vegetable glycerin or apple cider vinegar Glass jar Scissors Cheesecloth/Strainer


1) Chop up meds with scissors "relatively small pieces" DO NOT USE A GRINDER 2) Place chopped up meds in glass jar 3) Add vegetable glycerin or apple cider vinegar "I recommend vegetable glycerin" 4) Close lid and shake vigorously for a few minutes 5) Place glass jar in a dark place 6) Shake jar once a day for a few minutes for 30 days 7) Strain tincture with cheesecloth 8) Your tincture is ready to enjoy

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